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Director  Olivier Assayas
Initial DVD release  April 10, 2010 (USA)
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Country  France
7.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, Family
Budget  4 million EUR
Writer  Olivier Assayas
Language  French
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Release date  5 March 2008 (France)
Cast  Juliette Binoche (Adrienne), Charles Berling (Frédéric), Jérémie Renier (Jérémie), Édith Scob (Hélène), Dominique Reymond (Lisa), Valérie Bonneton (Angela)
Similar movies  The Way Way Back, Self/less, Mr. Hulot's Holiday, National Lampoon Presents: Surf Party, A Good Old Fashioned Orgy, Summer of 8

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Summer Hours (French: L'Heure d'été) is a 2008 French drama film directed by Olivier Assayas. It is the second in a series of films produced by Musée d'Orsay, after Flight of the Red Balloon. In the film, two brothers and a sister witness the disappearance of their childhood memories when they must relinquish the family belongings to ensure their deceased mother's succession.

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The film received its United States premiere on October 1, 2008, at the 46th New York Film Festival. The Criterion Collection released a special edition of the film on April 20, 2010.

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The film was named the ninth "Best Film of the 21st Century So Far" in 2017 by The New York Times.

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Cast

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  • Charles Berling as Frédéric Marly
  • Juliette Binoche as Adrienne Marly
  • Jérémie Renier as Jérémie Marly
  • Édith Scob as Hélène Berthier
  • Dominique Reymond as Lisa Marly
  • Valérie Bonneton as Angela Marly
  • Isabelle Sadoyan as Éloïse
  • Alice de Lencquesaing as Sylvie
  • Production

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    Principal photography began in Paris on June 4 and was completed on July 27, 2007.

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    The film was known under the working titles Souvenirs du Valois and Printemps Passé.

    Reception

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    Summer Hours was a critical triumph. It received 93% positive reviews on Rotten Tomatoes, and was one of the most highly decorated foreign-language films in the United States in 2009. The film won and was nominated for numerous critics' awards:

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  • Boston Society of Film Critics Award for Best Foreign Language Film
  • New York Film Critics Circle Award for Best Foreign Language Film
  • Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Foreign Language Film
  • National Society of Film Critics Award for Best Foreign Language Film
  • Southeastern Film Critics Association Award for Best Foreign Language Film
  • Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards
  • Chicago Film Critics Association Awards (nominated)
  • Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Award for Best Foreign Language film (nominated)
  • Houston Film Critics Society Awards (nominated)
  • Online Film Critics Society Awards (nominated)
  • Denver Film Critics Society (nominated)
  • Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association Awards (nominated)

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    Édith Scob was nominated for a César Award for her portrayal of Hélène.

    References

    Summer Hours Wikipedia
    Summer Hours IMDb Summer Hours themoviedb.org


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